Fog or condensation or windows are generally not a cause for concern. However, there are certain conditions that may indicate it is a problem — which is why you should never ignore foggy windows altogether. In today’s post, the window and siding contractors at Triangle Home Exteriors take a look at the types of window condensation and why you should keep an eye out for them.
When it comes to a window replacement, there are many factors and considerations that go into the decision-making process. But aside from which window and siding contractors you are going to work with, there is probably none more important than the actual cost of installing your new windows. After all, replacement windows don’t come cheap. In the U.S., the national average for replacing a single window is between $150 to $750. In today’s post, your good friends over at Triangle Home Exteriors shares the three major factors that affect the price of a window replacement.
Your siding is more than just a pretty face. It is also part of your home’s thermal enclosure which is why it is very important to keep it in good shape. While most siding materials are durable, they are not totally immune to damage, as most home exterior remodeling companies will tell you. With that said, here are the top three culprits behind siding damage that all homeowners should be aware of.
If you’re planning to have your roof replaced, naturally your main focus should be that your roofers do a good job during the actual installation. However, one thing that many homeowners complain about is that the rest of the home exterior including the lawn and garden sometimes get damaged. While most home exterior remodeling companies take special precautions to protect your home during a roof replacement, accidents do sometimes happen. Here are a few steps you should take to prevent it from happening to you.
Your siding provides a critical layer of defense for your home. So when the time finally comes to have it replaced, it’s best to do it sooner rather than later. To ensure that you’ll have enough money to cover the cost of siding replacement, Triangle Home Exteriors — one of the area’s top home exterior remodeling companies — shares a few tips below.… Continue Reading
While it’s important to ensure that your roof can withstand various weather conditions, you should also see to it that your roof is also protected from the risk of fire. A roof that’s vulnerable to fire can cause extensive damage not just to the roof itself but also to other parts of your home. In this post, Triangle Home Exteriors — one of the area’s most reputable home exterior remodeling companies — shares some tips on how you can reduce the fire risk in your roof.… Continue Reading
If you’re keen on adding more style to your deck, one simple but effective way to do this is by adding a pattern to your deck design. Much like in roof replacement, a nice pattern in your deck can easily add flair and elevate the look of your home exterior. In this post, Triangle Home Exteriors lists three deck patterns that you can choose from:… Continue Reading
Most siding contractors and window installers say double-hung windows are amongst the most common styles in U.S. households. It can be noted that they offer a traditional appearance with two sashes in a single window frame. Few types of home windows provide so many benefits, but if you’re considering a home improvement project, these provide significant advantages like:… Continue Reading
Although preventive maintenance is ideal for every property’s roof, its deterioration is still likely due to many contributing factors. Regardless of your location, extreme weather conditions are inevitable which can easily damage your system over time. This prompts urgent fixes or sometimes, even a replacement. But when are these instances that you will have to consider getting a new roof? The roofing and siding contractors of Triangle Home Exteriors list them down below.… Continue Reading